Celebrate the art of going fast, with the June 2014 issue of Classic Ford, plus get a FREE 164-page Burton Power tuning catalogue!
Someone’s in a hurry to get home. Here’s the infamous Simon Mckinley Mk2 Escort in action on Ireland’s hillclimb and sprint stages.
Ford never made the Cortina Saxon concept a reality, but Colin Ginn did and now you can have your very own desktop wallpaper of it.
Spring’s here, so sort your wardrobe out with a new Classic Ford t-shirt design courtesy of our T-Shirt Shop.
Unique Alan Mann-built Doppelganger movie car found after years of being hidden away.
Let’s speed things up with this stunning Broadspeed Ford Escort built by Jason Pillar and photographed by James Lipman.
The May 2014 issue of Classic Ford is out now! Inside we get you set for the show season with our Summer guide, plus Zetec engine special!
Make the journey to Friday a little easier with some visual eye-candy courtesy of this Escort RS2000 taken from our August 2008 issue.
The print edition of Classic Ford May 2014 issue hits the UK newsagents’ shelves, and is available to download globally, this Friday, March 28.
Good news for UK classic Ford owners from yesterday’s Budget — the classic car rolling road tax exemption is to be reinstated.
Straight off the back of our Street Machines issue, we bring you a brand-new Ford Capri t-shirt design courtesy of Simon Coulson.
Stand tall, stand proud courtesy of Mark Sugars’ wheel-standing Mk1 Cortina race car.
Our Spring Sale is on! Save up to 45% on a print magazine subscription including Classic Ford in our Spring Sale!
We’ve got a set of four Rally Design tyre savers to be given away.
We all need a Pro Street Ford Zephyr Mk4 in our lives, but if you can’t have one, you can now at least own a desktop wallpaper of one!
The Capri is a sprightly 45 years-old in 2014. Here’s how Ford announced it to the public back in January 1969.
This week’s WOTW comes courtesy of James Lipman who shot Jo Ward’s airbagged 100E Pop for our December 2009 issue.
Be quick: UK classic Fords built before January 1, 1974 will qualify for Historic status and thus free road tax from April 1.
When Hetain Patel was looking for inspiration for his next sculpture, he decided to turn his Mk2 into a squatting Fiesta Transformer robot.
The April 2014 issue of Classic Ford is available in print and digital format from today, and inside we showcase classic Fords that celebrate the golden age of tuning!
It’s WOTW time, and here we have for your delectation a classic Lotus Cortina Mk1, photographed for Classic Ford magazine by David Woodall.
Driving gloves? Check. Slip-ons? Check. Capstan Full Strengths? Check. That’ll be Ford’s promo film for the launch of the Corsair V4 in 1965, then!